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Titel: A History of sociological analysis.
Verlag: New York : Basic Books, 1978
Zustand des Schutzumschlags: Dust Jacket Included
, xvi, 717pp., very good dust-jacket with library label on spine, very good hardcover but ex-library with stamps, spine call number label, pocket, text clean, binding solid 17 essays. Authors include Lewis Coser on American Trends, Kurt H. Wolff on Phenomenology and Sociology, Julien Freund on German Sociology in the time of Max Weber, Anselm Strauss and Berenice Fisher on Interactionism (Mead, Blumer), others. The reviews for this volume were mixed. Craig Calhoun found some weak points, Alvin Boskoff liked Kenneth Bock (on progress, development, and evolutionism), Robert Nisbet (on conservative theories of Maistre and Bonald), and Alan Dawe (theories of social action), but called Freund's essay "a rather skimpy analysis of Tonnies, Simmel, and Weber". The defect of such collections is revealed by one reviewer's statement: "In recent sociology there have been no new paradigms which have been clearly advances over those produced during the "golden age" of sociology." - of course the great advances are to be found here but one must piece them together from chapters on phenomenology, interactionism, exchange theory, and evolution. The sociologists writing their own history were not able, even at this late date, to see that history taking place. ISBN 0465030238. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 28361
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